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Explore the intriguing array of plants local to the inner Melbourne area, and learn the difference between Indigenous, endemic and native species as part of the Gardening with Indigenous Plants workshop.

Meet your trainer

Belinda Kennedy has been working within the horticulture industry for more than a decade, specialising in sustainable and organic garden design and management that utilises permaculture principles. She has worked in numerous fields within the industry alongside several key landscape designers throughout Melbourne; co-designing, implementing and maintaining home landscapes on various scales; teaching training courses and workshops in certified horticulture and landscape design along with revegetation work along Melbourne’s waterways and parklands.

Belinda has completed an Advanced Diploma in Horticulture at Melbourne University, a Permaculture Design Course and is currently employed as the site horticulturalist and volunteer coordinator at CERES Community Environment Park alongside running a sustainable garden design and maintenance company. Along with her hands-on experience she is currently working on several literary productions based on permaculture and sustainable gardening along with producing a plant database for the inner Melbourne region.

Workshop Specifics

What will I learn?

  • Indigenous plant identification and selection
  • Garden design methods
  • Plant care and maintenance

What will I get?

  • Handouts
  • Seedlings

What should I bring?

  • Notepad and writing materials

What should I wear?

  • Comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing and sturdy shoes/boots

Terms and conditions

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